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Embedded Vision Insights: January 15, 2013 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,

In the previous edition of Embedded Vision Insights, I mentioned that material from the December Alliance Member Summit was beginning to appear on the website. The content suite is now complete; videos published in the last several weeks include a fascinating keynote on machine learning by Professor Kristen Grauman of the University of Texas at Austin, and the technology trends presentation on embedded vision in mobile electronics, co-delivered by BDTI senior software engineer Eric Gregori and myself.

Also now on the site in video form is an interesting discussion that Embedded Vision Alliance Founder Jeff Bier held last month with Daniel Wilding, a digital hardware engineer at National Instruments, who hosted the Member Summit. Bier and Wilding discuss National Instruments' presence and plans in the embedded vision application space, the advantages of FPGAs as embedded vision processors, and the company's development tools for FPGA-based embedded vision designs.

I commend all of this compelling content to your attention. And with the December Alliance Member Summit material published, my attention has now fully turned...